Questions tagged [markdown]

Simple plain-text markup language whose processor produces HTML.

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How do I prevent auto-linkification in BitBucket commit comments?

BitBucket auto-linkifies some text in your comment comments, like issue numbers after the word "issue" and what it thinks are changest identifiers/hashes. Now, I'm writing this table which has a ...
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Using GitHub markdown image tag but image is not displaying inline

I have a README.md in my GitHub repository and I have an image tag in it that looks like this: ![Wireframe001](wireframes/wireframe001.png?raw=true "Wireframe001") and I can confirm that I have a ...
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How to use Jekyll locally to create/edit posts on remote WordPress?

How do I use Jekyll on my local machine to create/edit posts on my remote WordPress blog? More specifically: I want to write posts in plain text, use Jekyll's markup parser to create HTML, and then ...
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How to keep relative links in GitHub subproject consistent in npmjs.org interface

The code of the npm package I'm developing belongs to a bigger repo, which contains a lot of different stuff. There's a README.md file with relative links to the documentation contained in the same ...
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How to force Slack to apply markdown within a word?

Slack has "recently" introduced its a bit annoying WYSIWYG "message composer" which breaks the message formatting with the inline markdown. Fortunately there is now also option ...
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Collaborate on a github-hosted markdown file, no login required

I have my blog on GitHub Pages with Jekyll. The .md files are in a public GitHub repo. I would like to be able to add a link at the bottom of a post, something like "Feedback? Suggest changes at link"....